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Nepal is a place of jaw-dropping scenery, inspiring temples, and some of the best hiking and trekking on earth amongst its highest mountains. A culturally rich and spiritual destination, it's an inspiring place that lingers long in your dreams, continually drawing travellers back to Nepal. By visiting Nepal and staying in an authentic Nepal hotel you will directly experience the culture and way of life of the friendly and welcoming Nepalese people.

The kingdom of Nepal is a magical land that has long exerted a pull on travellers.

Apart from a rich cultural heritage, Nepal offers the tourist a lot to see and do. The highest mountain in the world, Sagarmatha or Mount Everest, exotic wildlife and scenic beauty are just some of them. Walkers and trekkers have many century old trails to choose from. Many of these trails link the quaint hamlets and picturesque villages, and you are likely to discover some ancient temple or stupa on the way! Taking a tour in Nepal is the perfect way to see the sights and experience the local culture.

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Nepal is a multi-linguistic and multi-cultural country. It is small in area but has five different landscapes, ranging from the Himalayan Mountains in the north to the humid and yet pleasant Terai plains in the south. You can even use our Nepal map to choose your Nepal hotel based on its location. Hinduism is the predominant religion, but the country is also strongly rooted in Buddhism, as Siddhartha Gautama Buddha was born in Lumbini in the Terai region. The Himalayas attract hordes of tourists every year and there is a wide range of good value places to stay. Most of the hotels in Nepaloffer a rich authentic local experience and are good value for money.

Located in South Asia, it is locked by land on all sides. China lies to its north and India envelopes it on the south, west and east. The Himalaya mountain range stretches along the northern and the western regions of Nepal. Of the ten highest mountains of the world, eight are found in Nepal, including Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.

Nepal is often referred to as the abode of Gods. It was for many decades a kingdom shrouded in legend and lore, largely unknown and unexplored till the nineteen fifties when it was called upon to make a quantum leap from the eleventh century to the twentieth century. Initially, it was the trekkers and the mountaineers who came to Nepal, followed by the hippies of the flower generation. In 1989, the country opened up even more, when areas that were barred to tourists were thrown open. Today, Nepal is a country on the fast track, with good quality Nepal hotels and many environmentally aware Nepalese tour operators who value the countries unique and rich heritage.

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is also its largest city and has the widest range of Nepal hotels and tours in Nepal. The official language of Nepal is Nepali and its currency is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). Nepal has the distinction of being the only country in the world to have a non quadrilateral flag. It is believed that Lord Shiva handed the flag, with the moon and the sun as emblems, to Lord Vishnu, who got the people of Nepal together and then gave them the flag. Another version of the Hindu Purana states that Lord Shiva passed on the flag to Lord Vishnu who then gave it to Lord Indra in order to wage a battle against the demons.

Nepal as we know it today was created in 1768, when King Prithvi Narayan Shah combined the various small principalities under him into one single entity. Since then Nepal has always been under hereditary rule. It also began functioning as the buffer between the British Empire and the regions that were situated to its north. The British Empire's interests were safeguarded by a Prime Minister who was always a member of the Rana clan. In 1923, Nepal became independent, but only in theory. It was only in 1947, when the British withdrew from India, that they vacated Nepal as well and the kingdom became truly independent. Today, Nepal is a Federal Democratic Republic, after nearly a decade of intense Civil War between the Maoist guerrillas belonging to the Communist Party of Nepal and the government.

The higher regions of the Himalayas are inhabited by the Managis, the Baragaonlis, the Lopas, the Dolpas and the Sherpas, each having their own settlements. The Sherpas are settled in the Kumbhu and Solu region in the east. The Lopas and the Baragaonlis inhabit the Lower and Upper Mustang region that lies in the rain shadow zone of the Tibetan plateau. The Manang district is the home of the Managis and the Dolpas live in the Dolpa district of Western Nepal at a height of more than 4000 metres. The Dolpa settlement is said to be the highest settlement in the world.

The Chepangs, Thakalis, Newars, Sunuwars, Tamangs, Gurungs and Magars and many other small ethnic factions inhabit the valleys and hills that lie midway. The Chetris and the Brahmans, who have all along dominated the religious, social and political life of Nepal, also stay in the same region. Nepal also has castes established on the basis of occupation, like the Sarki (Cobbler), Kami (Blacksmith), Damai (Tailor) and Sunar (Goldsmith). Each of the various minorities have their own dialects, but they all speak Nepali, which ensures a certain unity.

The Nepalese government has allocated over 35% of the total land area for use exclusively as natural reserves. The Terai region in the south is the most fertile habitat of Nepal. In all, Nepal has three wildlife reserves and nine national parks in the tropical plains and the mountain regions where you can take a local Nepal tour to view the abundant wildlife.

Though the country has tremendous potential for tourism, it ranks among the poorest nations of the world. This situation has been rendered grimmer by the Maoist rebellion in which over 100,000 have been displaced and over 12,000 have lost their lives. However, it is still a fascinating country to visit and the perfect destination for those looking for an intrepid and culturally rich destination. With its good value Nepal hotels and wide range of Nepal tours it is well set up for toursim and has a lot to offer those who travel there.

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Choice Hotel (formerly, Hotel Tibet Holiday Inn) is situated right at the gateway of Thamel, in an easily accessible location near SAARC Headquarters. Interior decoration of the hotel seems to be an exuberant display of Tibetan arts. Inside, the environment is significantly noise-free in contrast to the main streets of Thamel.

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From: USD 118

Dhulikhel Mountain Resort is amongst the innovators and forerunners of eco-friendly resorts in Nepal. The resort stretches over 20 acres of land at a hill-station about 30 km east of Kathmandu. You will find it impossible not to fall in love with the astounding beauty of the landscapes or the warm hospitality you are treated with here.

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From: USD 1,050 / person
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Annapurna 360° Circuit, a dream tour for seekers of the real Himalayan experience, is an extensive trek, encircling the east-west section of the Annapurna range. Would you dare tackle a nearly 200 km trail, around more than a dozen peaks, through dozens of villages and over a dizzying 5416 m in altitude?

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From: USD 1,280 / person
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Everest Base Camp Trek is a great opportunity to have a unique experience. If you have ever wanted to gaze at the highest summit in the world from close quarters, then this exciting trek in the Everest region is definitely for you!

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From: USD 249 / person
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The Everest Vista Flight, one of world's most exclusive activities, is an exhilarating experience that you should not miss while you are in Nepal. The flight takes you deep into the Himalayas, flying into valleys close to the rock face, as close as five nautical miles from Mt. Everest itself.

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From: USD 25 / person
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With years of experience in providing airport pick up and transfer service as well as inter-city transfers, we offer you the best transfer service to/from Nagarkot. Further, if you wish everything to be arranged in advance, you can book this instantly. [more info]

From: USD 1,250 / person
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This weeklong overland tour is full of surprises and lets you discover why Tibet is called the "Roof of the World". Reasons are plenty - it is the highest plateau with spectacular structures of rocks and inhabited by people who have kept alive an ancient culture so uniquely theirs.

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From: USD 690 / person
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek, commencing from Pokhara, is a picturesque expedition around several principal peaks of the western Annapurna Range, including Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Fang, Annapurna, Ganagapurna, Annapurna-III and Machhapuchhare and many more.

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From: USD 1,250 / person
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One of the most rewarding treks can be done around the Manaslu region of Nepal, which has enthused trekkers and alpinists since its opening in the mid 1990's. So, gear up for some close and spell-binding encounters with the Himalayas and the majestic Mt. Manaslu and Annapurna Range. [more info]

From: USD 42 / person
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This day trip is designed to make your Pokhara stay scenically and culturally a worthwhile experience. The World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara is founded on the top of a hill across Fewa Lake. This trip allows you to rejoice the double boat ride across the lake, both as you go and return.

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From: USD 210 / person
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A perfect refresher for those who are unable to go on an extended trek, this is the easiest hiking package available in Pokhara. With just 3 days of normal paced walking, you can reach two unique viewpoints and enjoy some of the best creations of Mother Nature.

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From: USD 99 / person
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Pokhara stands second to none in Nepal when it comes to adventure sports. As proof, simply board a tandem flight from Sarangkot (1592m), take off and fly over 500m higher and you will get a bird's eye view of the magnificent valley below.

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From: USD 155

Fishtail Lodge is the only place in Pokhara that lets you live in an island-like surround set up on the famous Fewa lake with the spectacular backdrop of the Annapurna mountain range and caters to your needs with a broad range of services. While the ambience of the surrounding can be intoxicating enough, you will also experience one of the best examples of Nepalese hospitality, which is considered to be a heritage in itself. It is not that hard to understand why celebrities and dignitaries from several countries have made this their ultimate choice.

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Imagine what it feels like living in an affordable and family-friendly resort located right beside one of the most beautiful waterfronts in Pokhara and offering superior hospitality along with fine cuisines and cultural shows every night. Lake View Resort is probably the best place to get that experience.

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Located by a quiet street just about a 2-minute walk from Basundhara Park of Lakeside, Nanohana Lodge offers something more than budget accommodation - a completely home-like place where you can feel comfortable with the informal yet genial approach of the hosts.

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Experience ultimate bliss, discover true serenity and rejuvenate yourself to the fullest in the comfort and luxury offered at Pokhara Grande, one of the finest 5 star deluxe hotels in Pokhara committed to providing complete hospitality of international standards.

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